Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Chelsea eagerly track Aguero developments

Aguero Manchester City 2021

Defensive midfielder Joao Palhinha has no interest in leaving Sporting Lisbon as the club coasts toward a league title, according to an interview published in the Record.

“He is very happy with Sporting, his coach and everything that is happening,” the 25-year-old’sagent said to the Portuguese news outlet.

Leicester City have been linked with a move forPalhinha, as well as Wolves.

The person responsible for letting Erling Haaland slip through Manchester United’s fingers in 2018 was none other than recently appointed director of football John Murtough, writes Football Insider.

The identity of the club official who letRB Salzburg steal away Molde’sstar striker because he had mixed up time zones had previously been unknown.

Borussia Dortmund want to add Liverpool forward Divock Origi to their ranks as long as he can be acquired at a cut-rate price, claims Football Insider.

It seemsunlikely Origi would serve as more than a depth piecefor Dortmund considering he’s never had a double-digit league goal tally in his career and has battled knocks throughout his time at Anfield, but he does possess a great deal of experience as a substitute and was once considered one of Europe’s top attacking prospects.

The Blues are ready to pounce if the Argentine chooses to leave Man City

It was already known that Sergio Aguero’s expiring Manchester City contract had captivated Spain’s top clubs, but the Daily Mail reportsthere’s also developing domestic interest in the striker, with Chelsea hopeful Aguero will want to remain in the UK beyond this campaign.

Aguero and City havestill not held any talksabout the future, the Daily Mail says, opening the door to a summer departure.

The forward has a long-documented injury history but remains lethal when healthy. As Timo Werner continues his inconsistent first season in the Premier League, Chelsea are perhaps in the mood to add someone with a proven track record in the competition to support their German signing.

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